Re: NANFA-L-- smallest range

dlmcneely at
Tue, 04 Oct 2005 12:33:14 -0500

I thought the question was what CYPRINID has the smallest native
range. We've already discussed the Devil's Hole pupfish -- it's a
cyprinodontid. The _Fundulus_ is a Fundulidae (or Cyprinodontid by
some folks listings).


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